Which Unit of Measurement Task Cards are an engaging way for students to learn or reinforce which unit to use (inches/feet and meters/centimeters)? Measurement Task Cards are a fantastic way to practice a tricky skill of differentiating between when to us inches or feet and when to use meters or centimeters? Task Cards allow students to get up and move around and even allows for collaboration among students if given time to discuss the answers.
Use the 24 task cards to decide when to use inches/feet and meters/centimeters. You can sort the cards whole group or in a center and then complete one of the student response sheets. Two different student answer sheet are included to record their answers.
These cards look best when printed in color, but will also print out fine in grayscale. Print and cut along the black line. Laminate and use them again and again. I love to print mine on cardstock so they can be used over and over. An easy way to store them is in a baggie, or hole-punch a corner of each card and put them on a ring.
Included in this set:
24 Task Cards with real-world examples of inches/feet and meters/centimeters
Inches, Feet, Meter, Centimeter heading cards
Student recording sheet
Student recording sheet (circle the correct answer)
5 Minute Time Task Cards
Half-Hour and Hour Time Task Cards
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